Scenic attractions

The Museum's beautiful setting in the Greenwich World Heritage Site, its array of historical and hi-tech architecture, its stunning views over London and the Thames and its position on 0º longitude offer an unrivalled set of visitor attractions – many of which can also be hired as event venues or for location filming.

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Greenwich's unique perspective on London showcases everything from classical architecture to some of the city's most adventurous new...
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The spectacular Peter Harrison Planetarium is housed in a tilted bronze cone and features Europe's first digital planetarium projector.
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Have your photo taken standing on the Prime Meridian of the world, with a foot in the eastern and western hemispheres.
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The Greenwich Great Equatorial Telescope is the largest of its kind in the UK and the seventh largest in the world.
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Placed at the heart of the National Maritime Museum, Neptune Court is a great starting point for visitors to explore the Museum.
The Flamsteed House Time-Ball
The Time Ball on Flamsteed House is one of the world's earliest public time signals, first used in 1833 and still operating today.
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View one of the remaining features of the splendour of the Queen’s House, from the time of Queen Henrietta Maria.